Complete QE2 Crown Collection in Case

The complete Queen Elizabeth Crown collection starts in 1953 with her Coronation Crown and ends in 1981 with the Charles and Diana Wedding Crown. Which was the last time the Royal Mint ever issued a British Crown! The crowns were struck in copper-nickel and had a denomination of Five Shillings or 25p depending if they were issued before or after decimalization. You get the 1953 Coronation Crown, 1960 New York Exhibition, 1965 Churchill, 1972 Silver Wedding Anniversary, 1977 Silver Jubilee, 1980 Queen Mother’s 80th Birthday and 1981 Wedding of Charles and Diana. Normally this uncirculated collection in copper-nickel would cost you £67.75. But as my way of saying thank you to you and as long as supplies last, you can have one collection for just £27.75 saving you £40.00!
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SKU: CLA9400
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